Przypomnijmy: ś.p. dr Dariusz Ratajczak był wykładowcą na opublikował pamflet popularnonaukowy zatytułowany “Tematy Niebezpieczne”. Skandal roku: dr Dariusz Ratajczak i Tematy niebezpieczne. Front Cover. Dariusz Ratajczak. Infopress, – pages. The state-run University of Opole announced in early April that Dariusz into the publication of his book Tematy niebezpieczne (“Dangerous Themes”).
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Striving after truth, a historian should avoid like fire ‘friendly’ whispers, such as ‘any coin has two sides,’ ‘the golden mean,’ ‘make a compromise,’ etc. The state prosecutor also appealed, demanding a ten-month prison term. Ratajczak spoke about his life, his views, and his ordeal in an interview given in Critics charged that Ratajczak’s book represented the first serious case of “Holocaust denial” in Poland. He held a doctoral degree in history, and was the author of several books. The sine qua non condition for practicing history, that is, freedom of speech, is already a past memory.
Dariusz Ratajczak November 28, —  was a Polish historian formerly of the University of Opolepublicist and right-wing activist.
Ratajczak, who is popular with students, was suspended in April from his teaching post with the university’s Historical Institute after state prosecutors opened an investigation into the publication of his book Tematy niebezpieczne “Dangerous Themes”.
It was not immediately known whether he would get his position back. Only a few were sold at the university bookstore or directly to students, or were given away to friends, before police seized the remaining copies. A Polish history professor has been fired by his xariusz and banned from teaching elsewhere for publishing a book suggesting that wartime Germany did not have an overall plan or policy to exterminate Europe’s Jews.
It is they, those good-for-nothing historians, who finish off history, which in their version ceases to be the carrier of truth, the mistress of life, the reason for national pride. Ratajczak published copies of the book in March dariuzs his own expense.
Dr. Dariusz Ratajczak : No Punishment for Polish ‘Holocaust Denier’
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Newsweek Poland in Polish. After all, truth must have not only an individual dimension, but also a social one. With a child to support, his financial situation is precarious. With a child to support, temagy financial situation is precarious.
Dariusz Ratajczak was a Polish historian who was dismissed from his university teaching post, publicly vilified, and convicted of “Holocaust denial” for having published arguments and evidence that cast doubt on aspects of the familiar Holocaust story. Please help improve this article by checking for citation inaccuracies. Ratajczak remained defiant and denied all charges, appealing for an outright acquittal ; his critics also appealed demanding a harsher sentence, including a prison term.
Although the cretinous Marxists are already gone, they have been adequately replaced with empty-headed, politically correct idiots, who are as numerous in Poland as in Australia. Retrieved 6 September Finally, it is they who decide which fact or historical figure to make prominent, and about which to keep silent to the death. He also cited forensic investigations carried out at the Auschwitz and Birkenau camps by Fred Leuchter and Germar Rudolf, and their conclusions that Zyklon B could not have been safely used to kill large numbers of Jews, as alleged, and that, for technical reasons, the familiar claims of wartime killings of millions of Jews in gas chambers are not possible.
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Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Dariusz Ratajczak was found dead in a car parked near the shopping centre in Ratajczwk on 11 June After study at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, he took a position in as a lecturer at the History Institute of the state-run University of Opele, where he was popular with students.
He appealed for an outright acquittal.
Ratajczak was charged with having violated a Polish law that makes it illegal to publicly deny crimes against humanity committed in Poland by the German National Socialist regime or by Communist regimes. From Ratajczak was working in a higher education institution in Opole, later changed to University of Opole nebezpieczne, as a history lecturer until Yes, we have lived to see times when, jokingly speaking but it is a bitter jokea historian should be a cross between an intellectual and a boxer Please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible rwtajczak of all important aspects of the article.
In April Ratajczak was fired from the University of Opole for ethics violations and was banned for three years from teaching at other universities. Eventually after a series of appeals the verdict dwriusz upheld, while the case was dismissed in August Learn how and when to remove this template message.